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INTRODUCTION
This document, D2-6027-2 contains copies of briefing material used by Boeing
Airplane Company in its presentation to the Aero-Space Vehicles Panel of Air Force
Scientific Advisory Board on March 29 and 30, 1960 at Seattle, Washington. Also
included is booster data presented by the Martin Co. Material from presentations
by the Air Force and NASA on March 28, 1960 are included in D2-6027-_.
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INTRODUCTION
This document, D2-6027-2 contains copies of briefing material used by Boeing
Airplane Company in its presentation to the Aero-Space Vehicles Panel of Air Force
Scientific Advisory Board on March 29 and 30, 1960 at Seattle, Washington. Also
included is booster data presented by the Martin Co. Material from presentations
by the Air Force and NASA on March 28, 1960 are included in D2 -6027 -l.
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INTRODUCTION
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THE MORE CRITICAL
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KEY TECHNICAL AREAS
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G.H. STONER
J.H. C_LDIE
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H.W. KLOPFENSTEIN
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1. INTRODUCTION G.H. STONER 1
II. E NGlNEER FOUNDATION J .H. GOLDIE 5
Ill. THE MORE CRITICAL J. LESKO 26
TECHNICAL AREAS H. W. KLOPFENSTEIN 38
IV. TECHNICAL PROGRAM G.H. STONER 54
SUMMARY
V. KEY TECHNICAL AREAS A.H. LEE 65
J. L. POWE LL - MARTIN CO. 83
H. W. KLOPFENSTEIN 85
J.F. MILTON 104
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INDEX
Page No.
_BoeingN0.
Title
G.H. Stoner
2B4319-192
Boeing Pr esentations
2]34319-276
Comparative Study Presentations
2B4319-194 No Title
J.H. Go idle
2B4319-70
Configuration Evolution
2B4319-58
Design Objectives, March 1958
2B4319-59R1
Design Approach, December 1958
2 B4319-67R1
Proposal Configuration, March 1958
10
7S45-36
No Ti fie (Photo)
11 2B4319-60
Design Objectives, December 1958
12 2 B4319-61R1
Design Approach, December 1958
13
2 B4319-66
DEI Configuration, December 1958
14 7Sl182
No Ti fie (Photo)
15
2 B4319-63R1
Design Approach, April 1959
16 2B4319-69R1
SSI Configuration, April 1959
17 7S720
No Tifie (Photo)
18
2B4319-65R1
Design Approach, March 1960
19 2B4319-68R1
Current Configuration, March 1960
il
2O 2 B4319 -2 71
No Title
D2-6027-2 109
11 'i Ii '8 A iHi
IN DE X
Page No. Boeing No. Title
1 G. H. Stoner
2 2B4319-192 Boeing Presentations
3 2B4319-276 Comparative Study Presentations
4 2B4319-194 No Title
5 J .H. Goldie
6 2B4319-70 Configuration Evolution
7 2B4319-58 Design Objectives, March 1958
8 2B4319-59Rl Design Approach, December 1958
9 2B4319-67R1 Proposal Configuration, March 1958
10 7845-36 No Title (Photo)
11 2B4319-60 Design Objectives, December 1958
12 2B4319-61R1 Design Approach. December 1958
13 2B4319-66 DEI Configuration, December 1958
14 781182 No Title (Photo)
15 2B4319-63Rl Design Approach, April 1959
16 2B4319-69R1 88l Configuration, April 1959
17 78720 No Title (Photo)
18 2B4319-65R1 Design Approach, March 1960
19 2B4319-68R1 Current Configuration, March 1960
20 2B4319-271 No Title
D2-6027-2
109
Page No.
Boeing No.
Title
21 2 B4319-10R1
Refinement Within Current Design Approach
22 2 B4319-8
Phase Alpha Comparative Study Ideas
23 2B4319-9
Re-Evaluation of Design Approach
24
2 B4319-11R1 No Title
25 2B4319-275
Boost Weight vs L/D
26
J. Lesko
27
2 B4241-2 O4
General Arrangement
28 2B4241-196
F lightEnvelope
29 2B4319-257
Lift Coefficient Correlation
3O
2B4319-258 Lift Coefficient Correlation
31
32
2134319-95
2B4319-98
L/D Correlation M = 8 in Air
L/D Correlation lYl = 17.6 in Air
33
2B4241-197 Maneuver Co rridor
34 2 B4319 - 18
Hypersonic S tability Data
35 2 B4241-92 Mission Profile
36 2B4241-203
Maneuver Envelope
37 2B4319-125R1
Landing Co mparison Low L/D Airplane
38
H.W. Klopfenstein
39
2B4319-35 Critical Points
4O 2B4319-77
L/D Max Re-Entry
41 2B4319-76
C L max Re-Entry
42 2B4319-82
Bottom Surface Isotherms
D2-6027-2 110
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Page No. ~ o e i n g No. Title
21 2B4319-10R1 Refinement Within Current Design Approach
22 2B4319-8 Phase Alpha Comparative Study Ideas
23 2B4319-9 Re-Evaluation of Design Approach
24 2B4319-11Rl No Title
25 2B4319-275 Boost Weight vs LID
26 J. Lesko
27 2B4241-204 General Arrangement
28 2B4241-196 Flight Envelope
29 2B4319-257 Lift Coefficient Correlation
30 2B4319-258 Lift Coefficient Correlation
31 2B4319-95 L/D Correlation M = 8 in Air
32 2B4319-98 L/D Correlation M = 17. 6 in Air
33 2B4241-197 Maneuver Corridor
34 2B4319-18 Hypersonic Stability Data
35 2B4241-92 Mission Profile
36 2B4241-203 ManHuver Envelope
37 2B4319-125Rl Landing Comparison Low L/D Airplane
38 H. W. Klopfenstein
39 2B4319-35 Critical Points
40 2B4319-77 LID Max Re-Entry
41 2B4319-76 C
L
max Re-Entry
42 2B4319-82 Bottom Surface Isotherms
D2-6027-2 110
_Page No.
Boeing NO. Title
43 2B4319-81
Upper Surface Isotherms
44 2B4319-3 Effect of Transition Location
45
2B4319-49R1 Nose Skirt Heat Transfer
46 2B4319-31
Design Temperature & Emissivity of Materials
47 2 B4319-7
E missivity of Co ated Mo lybdenum
48
2B4319-24
Co ated Refractory Metals
49 5S20-10
No Title (Photo)
5O 2B4319-27 Cross Section of Critical Structure
51 2B4319-4 Insulated Panel Design Approach
52 2B4319-30
Nose Cap Te mperature Capability
53
Le ading Edge Tests
54 G.H. Stoner
55 2 B4319-90R1
D.S. Step I Development
56 2 B4319-83R1
D.S. Step I Development
57
2 B4319-84R1
D.S. Step I Development
58 2 B4319-85R 1
D.S Step I Development
59
2B4319-191 Nature of Work in Next 9-12 Months
6O 2]34319-269
Key Technical Areas
61 2B4319-223
D.S. Step I Development Plan
62 2B4319-277
Key Technical presentations
63 2B4319-278
Key Technical Presentations
64 2B4319 -279
Key Technical Presentations
D2--6027-2
iii
Page No. Boeing No. Title
43 2B4319-81 Upper Surface Isotherms
44 2B4319-3 Effect of Transition Location
45 2B4319-49Rl Nose Skirt Heat Transfer
46 2B4319-31 Design Temperature & Emissivity of Materials
47 2B4319-7 Emissivity of Co ated Mo lybdenum
48 2B4319-24 Coated Refractory Metals
49 5S20-10 No Title (Photo)
50 2B4319-27 Cross Section of Critical Structure
51 2B4319-4 Insulated Panel Design Approach
52 2B4319-30 Nose Cap Temperature Capability
53 Leading Edge Tests
54 G.H. Stoner
55 2B4319-90Rl D. S. Step I Development
56 2 B4319-83Rl D.S. Step I Development
57 2B4319-84Rl D. S. Step I Development
58 2B4319-85R1 D. S. Step I Development
59 2B4319-191 Nature of Work in Next 9-12 Months
60 2B4319-269 Key Technical Areas
61 2B4319-223 D. S. Step I Development Plan
62 2B4319-277 Key Technical
63 2B4319-278 Key Technical Presentations
64 2B4319-279 Key Technical Presentations
D2-6027-2 111
Pa_e No. Boe__mg NO. _
Title
65
A.H. Lee
66 2 B4319-13
Key Technical Area
67
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F 1ightRe gime
68 2 B4319-15R1 Longitudinal Stability
69
2 B4319-175R1 Predicted Hypersonic Stability Intermediate
L/D D.S. Glider
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Hypersonic Stability Data
71
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Typical Early Hot Shot I & IIStabilityData
M =20
72
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Typical Early Hot Shot Stability Data
73
2 B4319-165R1
Hypersonic Stability Data M = 20
74
2134319-197
Lower Surface Pressure Data Hot Shot II
75 2B4319-73R1 Helium Air Stability Data
76 2B4319-108 NASA Helium Air Stability Data
77
2B4319-17
Data Required
78 2B4319-115
Hypersonic Ground F acility Capability
79
2B4319-105R1 Wind Tunnel Test Plan
8O
2 B4319-196R1 Wind Tunnel Test Model.
81 2 B4319-71
Free Flight Model Tests
82 2 B4319-14LR1 Aerodynamic T est Vehicle
83 J.L. Powe11 - Martin Co.
84
Booster Data
85
H.W. Klopfens rein
D2-6027-2
112
Page No. Boeing No. Title
65 A.H. Lee
66 2B4319-13 Key Technical Area
67 2B4319-74 Flight Regime
68 2B4319-15Rl Longitudinal Stability
69 2B4319-175R1 Predicted Hypersonic Stability Intermediate
L/D D. S. Glider
70 2B4319-18 Hypersonic Stability Data
71 2B4319-104R1 Typical Early Hot Shot I & II Stability Data
M =20
72 2B4319-129R1 Typical Early Hot Shot Stability Data
73 2B4319-165Rl Hypersonic Stability Data M = 20
74 2B4319-197 Lower Surface Pressure Data Hot Shot II
75 2B4319-73R1 Helium Air Stability Data
76 2B4319-108 NASA Helium Air Stability Data
77 2B4319-17 Data Required
78 2B4319-115 Hypersonic Ground Facility Capability
79 2B4319-105Rl Wind Tunnel Test Plan
80 2B4319-196R1 Wind Tunnel Test Model
81 2B4319-71 Free Flight Model Tests
82 2B4319-141Rl Aerodynamic Test Vehicle
83 J. L. Powell - Martin Co.
84 Booster Data
85 H. W. Klopfenstein
D2-6027-2
112
..Pa__e No. _Bo__eing NO_______:.
Title
86 2B4319-273
Heating Tolerance Effect onDesign
87 2B4319-29
Effect of Heat Transfer Variation onNoseCap
Temperature
88 2B4319-174
Efleet of Increased q on Lateral Maneuver
Capability
89
2B4319-53
Effect of Emissivity onTemperature
9O 2B4319-30
NoseCap Temperature Capability
91 2B4319-26
Design Approach
92
2B4319-25 Critical Technical Area
93 2B4319-23
CoatingRequirements
94 2B4319- 19
Section of Base Metal andCoating
95 2B4319-78
Elongation of Molybdenum - 0.5%Ti
96 2B4319-21
Test Experience
97
2B4319-20
Typical Test Data
98 2B4319-1
Development Approach
99 2B4319-2
Coating Development Program
100
2B4319-79
Refractory Metal Program
i01 2 B4319
Payload
102
2 B4319
Step I
103 2B4319
Weights
104
J oF Milton
105
2 B4319-158
Lat. Man. & Orbit Change
106
2B4319-205 Total Lateral Maneuver
D2-6027-_2 113
Page No. Boeing No. Title
86 2B4319-273 Heating To lcrance Effect on Design
87 2B4319-29 Effect of Heat Transfer Variation on Nose Cap
Temperature
88 2B4319-174 Effect of Increased q on Lateral Maneuver
Capability
89 2B4319-53 Effect of Emissivity on Temperature
90 2B4319-30 Nose Cap Temperature Capability
91 2B4319-26 Design Approach
92 2B4319-25 Critical Technical Area
93 2B4319-23 Coating Requirements
94 2B4319-19 Section of Base Metal and Coating
95 2B4319-78 Elongation of Molybdenum - O. ~ Ti
96 2B4319-21 Test Experience
97 2B4319-20 Typical Test Data
98 2B4319-1 Development Approach
99 2B4319-2 Coating Development Program
100 2B4319-79 Refractory Metal Program
101 2B4319 Payload
102 2B4319 Step I
103 2B4319 Weights
104 J of. Milton
105 2B4319-158 Lat. Man. & Orbit Change
106 2B4319-205 Total Lateral Maneuver
D2-6027-2
113
iiiii_
Pa__e No.
107
Boeing No.
2B4319-164R1
Title
Lat. Maneuver Effects Return Interval -
Edwards
108
2 B4319-162R1 Lat. Maneuver Effects Return Capability -
Edwards
/
D2-6027-2
114
Page No. Boeing No.
107 2B4319-164R1
108 2B4319-162Rl
D2-6027-2
Title
Lat. Maneuver Effects Return Interval -
Edwards
Lat. Maneuver Effects Return Capability -
Edwards
114